The mayor and Councilman Hall Works of Lorca yesterday held a meeting with residents of the streets Fray Francisco Lorca, Romero, Second Fall, Pony and Canada of the Holy Sepulchre to expose the actions to be launched in the coming days and seek their suggestions.
The Mayor of Lorca, Francisco Jodar, and Councilman Hall Works of Lorca, Eulalia Ibarra, met yesterday with the neighbors of Calvary in order to expose remodeling projects five streets that the municipality intends to launch in the coming days and their views and proposals on them.
Ibarra said that "the meeting, which was open to all residents of the streets Fray Francisco Lorca, Romero, Second Fall, Colt and the Holy Sepulchre in Canada which will make the investment of over 1.2 million euros, had a great response and remodeling proposal was well received among the participants ".
Specifically, this investment will be possible thanks to the grant from the Department of Development of the Autonomous Community and the City Council is to act on a surface of 6.226 m2, joining other remodeling work already being implemented in the area as well as others which will be made and then allow this neighborhood remains renovated with a comprehensive urban improvement.
The work to develop these roads are the complete renovation of existing services such as sewerage and water supply, building pipelines for the burial of low voltage installations and telecommunications, as well as the underground wiring electric lighting, which also will be changed to low energy lighting.
These actions are grouped into three projects run township enterprises having as lead time 4 months in the case of Fray Francisco de Lorca Romero, 8 months in Second Fall and Colt and 6 months in the Gorge of the Holy Sepulchre.
Jodar said this meeting "is a continuation of the agenda prior to the remodeling of neighborhoods that once we made in the vineyard open meetings, we continue to Alfonso X, San Jose, San Diego, Virgen de las Huertas and San Fernando that was recently in San Pedro and San Lazaro, among other areas, so that to involve the neighbors in improving their environment. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca